East Bay Workforce Summit
Tuesday, December 18, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM (PST)
Building a Vibrant East Bay Economy:
Partnerships for Expanding Business, Strengthening the Talent Pool, and Capturing Innovation
Please join us for a stimulating conversation about how economic growth in the East Bay can be enhanced via new and more effective connections between the business community and educational and workforce preparation organizations at every level.
We will hear from three “best practice” regions about how industry drives and helps organize regional workforce strategies and investment in key sectors.
Dr. Alma Salazar, Vice President, Education & Workforce Development
Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce
Scott J. Sheely, Executive Director
Lancaster County Workforce Investment Board
Janice Urbanik, Director of Industry Partnerships
Partners for a Competitive Workforce
Join in focused, business-led conversations with local business, education, and policy leaders about applying best practices in the Eats Bay to better prepare a skilled workforce and enhance our region's economic competitiveness.
Be part of a dialogue between industry leaders, educators and state officials -- including Kish Rajan, Director of the Governor's Office of Economic and Business Development (GO-Biz) -- that put the East Bay's innovative new thinking in a larger context.
Alameda County Workforce Investment Board
California State University East Bay
Chabot-Las Positas Community College District
Contra Costa Community College District
Contra Costa Economic Partnership
Oakland Workforce Investment Board
Peralta Community College District
Richmond Workforce Investment Board
University of California Berkeley
Workforce Development Board of Contra Costa County
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East Bay Economic Development Alliance
The East Bay’s premier public-private partnership working to establish the region as a world-recognized location to grow businesses, attract capital and create quality jobs.